One more question about Hubpages.
If I have score less then 75... does it mean that Google doesn't crawl my pages and only hupages community sees them?
...Or it only effects my links (dofollow/nofollow)?
Google doesn't care in the slightest what your HubScore is. No matter what it is. Remember, Hub scores don't mean squat outside this site.
HubPages cares what your HubScore is, and if it falls below 75, they mark your outgoing links as nofollow, which does have an effect on how any (not just Google) search engines interact with your outgoing links.
It will index your hub. It's the nofollow links that it won't crawl.
Personal Hubscore needs to be above 75, individual hub score needs to be over 40.
If it drops below this it simply means that the websites you link to will get no SEO benefit from your links, only traffic would flow.
This is a pretty basic question from someone offering search engine marketing services ;P
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